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Kavach Laser catches visitors attraction at Police Expo

New Delhi, May 18(UNI) In a first of its kind at display, Kavach Laser Wall that acts as first line of detection in border areas caught visitors attraction today at the two-day International Police Expo at capital’s Pragati Maidan.

The event saw participation from representatives of various police forces and central armed forces across the country.

Rahul Grover, Senior Vice-President (Operations), Cron Systems told UNI, “The Wall is a combination of various sensors and communication systems designed to be deployed at large scale perimeters. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it has the ability to not only generate binary alerts but also to generate awareness for optimising decision making process and improve deployment to contain an intrusion incident.”

The expo also showcased on segments of access control, border security and surveillance products, radio and satellite communication, communication systems, cyber safety, traffic, logistics fire and disaster management.

Besides, the exhibition also attracted Eyewatch mobile platform that ensures rapid responses to users by providing a relevant location and situational awareness to him or her.

The other includes Passive Collection System that provides intelligence to government agencies beyond the introduction level of the primary target being intercepted.

The Police Expo will conclude tomorrow.
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